Compounding Vision by Charmaine Lurch at RiverBrink Art Museum
September 12, 2019 – February 1, 2020
Toronto-based artist Charmaine Lurch interrogates complex histories of humans and the environment. This exhibition presents the artist’s recent work exploring borders and boundaries, in painting, photography, sculpture and installation.
The exhibition runs from September 12th, 2019 – February 1, 2020 at RiverBrink Art Museum (116 Queenston Street, Queenston).
Charmaine Lurch is a sculptor, painter and installation artist who creates work that imagines inside and outside of history, involves quiet moments of joy, and draws our attention to human-environmental relationalities. an inherent sense of movement resides in the pieces. Lurch maps belonging and representation in space and place, outside of normative racial scripts. Her work has been exhibited at The Art Gallery of Ontario, Durham Art Gallery, the Montreal museum of art, Royal Ontario Museum , Station Gallery, Toronto Centre for the Arts, The Gladstone, Nuit Blanche, the National Gallery of Jamaica, and more.